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Synthwave Upstarts The Rain Within Announce Their new Album Atomic Eyes

Charlottesville,VA Sythwave/Synthpop artist The Rain Within announce the release of their second album Atomic Eyes

Atomic Eyes is the latest release for The Rain Within and is easily the band’s most ambitious work to date.This album merges Synthwave and Sythpop while breaking every rule for each along the way.The record manages to be more aggressive,visceral,and upbeat, all the while maintaining a sound that is uniquely The Rain Within. They have successfully built a bridge between the 80s and today’s audience.

There’s a point you reach as an artist where things really come together and your vision becomes clear. Atomic Eyes is the product of that moment for me. I feel I’ve found a way to bring synthwave and synthpop together without having to water down either of them, and created a sound that is uniquely my own voice along the way. I think Atomic Eyes is going to get people dancing and being introspective in equal parts -Andy Deane Vocalist/Producer

Atomic Eyes will be released February 14th on Negative Gain. The first single Like The Devil has been released and can be heard HERE

Tracklist

1. Like The Devil
2. Dividing Line
3. Realign
4. Atomic Eyes
5. Nothing Here, Nothing There
6. Fear, Lies, And Love
7. Midnight
8. Home
9. Rain
10. While I Am Here
11. Small Precious Lights
12. Violet Glow
13. Android Hearts

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